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Providing food for 2,000 kids each week is our foreseeable goal.
These are kids coming to school hungry on Monday mornings.
We feed their hearts and their minds, and it gives us all A Reason to Believe.
Each $150 donation provides a package of food for
one child each weekend for an entire school year!
"There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children."
~Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa
60 teams will stop by The Children’s Hunger Project facility in Cocoa, bearing “gifts” in the form of food for our kids.
Explore, canvas and enjoy dozens of new and familiar products and services in cosmetics and beauty, fitness and health, fashion, nutrition and wellness, real estate, children’s products and more. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Children’s Hunger Project.
Ascension Catholic Community’s First Communion class participated in a meal packing event to help other kids, and learned how they can help children in our community.
Bob's passion for helping hungry and undernourished kids is fed in great part by the many volunteers that flow in and out of the charity giving of their time and treasure. Says Barnes, "The biggest problem we face is that most people are not even aware kids are going hungry here in Brevard County."
>On March 25, we joined with four Jersey Mike’s Subs restaurants in Brevard for the 5th Annual “Month of Giving” On Jersey Mike’s “Day of Giving”, 100% of the day’s sales were given to us...>
The Children’s Hunger Project officially named its new building in Cocoa after a man that contributed so much to the betterment of the Brevard County community. The building is now The Bruce Nelson Child Hunger Center.
On Wednesday, March 25, when you buy a sub or place a catering order, the entire day's proceeds…not just the profit…everything…will be donated to The Children's Hunger Project!
Money provided by the Rotary Club of Suntree will be used to provide packages of food to kids that are coming to school hungry Monday mornings.
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and Academy continues to show their support for our kids.
Kids Supporter, Bruce Nelson, Jr., Named Central Florida Humanitarian
What they did was no small task. Each time a Wal-Mart shopper purchased a gift card for our kids, a Palm Bay Firefighter climbed their 100-foot aerial ladder truck in symbolic appreciation for the donation.
BCA and Lexus of Melbourne have partnered to benefit our kids. U.K. artist/photographer Andrew Brooks, offered his artwork to BCA for the purpose of giving back to the community. The artwork can be viewed at Lexus in Viera.